Private libraries -- Massachusetts. : The library of the late Reverend and learned Mr. Samuel Lee : containing a choice variety of books upon all subjects, particularly commentaries on the Bible, bodies of divinity, the works as well of the ancient, as of the modern divines, treatises on the mathematicks in all parts, history, antiquities, natural philosophy, physick, and chymistry, with grammar and school-books : with many more choice books not mentioned in this catalogue / exposed at the most easy rates to sale, by Duncan Cambell, bookseller ...
Private libraries -- Massachusetts -- Salem. : A catalogue of curious and valuable books, [electronic resource] : (which mostly belonged to the Reverend Mr. George Curwin, late of Salem, deceased) : consisting of divinity, philosophy, history, poetry, &c. Generally well bound. : To be sold by auction, at the house of Mr. Elisha Odlin, on the south side of the Town-House in Boston, on Tuesday the second day of September, 1718. Beginning at three a clock afternoon. : The books will be shewn by Samuel Gerrish bookseller, near the Old Meeting House in Boston, from Thursday the 28th day of August, until the day of sale, where catalogues may be had gratis, and at the Sign of the Light House the place of sale. : N.B. A parcel of pamphlets will be then also to be sold.
Private libraries -- Massachusetts -- Sherburne. : A catalogue of rare and valuable books, [electronic resource] : being the greatest part of the library of the late Reverend and learned, Mr. Joshua Moodey, and part of the library of the Reverend & learned, Mr. Daniel Gookin, late of Sherbourn, deceas'd. With a valuable collection of books, imported in October last from London. Consisting of divinity philosophy history poetry miscellanies mathematicks voyages and travels. To be sold at auction, at the house of Mr. Elisha Odlin, on the south side of the Town-House in Boston, on Tuesday, the 23d day of December 1718. Beginning at three aclock afternoon. The books to be shewn by Samuel Gerrish bookseller, near the Old Meeting-House in Boston from Thursday the 18th of December, until the day of sale.
Private libraries -- New Jersey -- Elizabeth. : Catalogue of books, for sale by Mrs. Chandler, in Elizabeth-Town, New-Jersey; [electronic resource] : being the library of the late Rev. Dr. Chandler, deceased. : The prices affixed are in specie.
Private libraries -- Poetry. : Robert Bell, bookseller, provedore to the sentimentalists, and professor of book-auctioniering in America is just arrived from Philadelphia; [electronic resource] : with a small collection of modern, instructive, and entertaining books ... Catalogue of books with the prices printed, at which they ought to sell.
Private libraries -- Rhode Island -- Foster. : Providence, November 24, 1781. [electronic resource] : As a small acknowledgement of the grateful sentiments of esteem and respect, entertained by the subscriber, for the worthy freemen and inhabitants of the town of Foster, he begs them to accept a book-case, and the books enumerated in the following catalogue, free of charge, for the use of the town and they will oblige their friend, and most obedient humble servant, Theodore Foster. Catalogue of books belonging to the town of Foster.
Private libraries -- Russia -- History. : Knigotorgovoe i bibliotechnoe delo v Rossii v XVII-pervoĭ polovine XIX v. : sbornik nauchnykh trudov / [otvetstvennye redaktory S.P. Luppov, N.B. Paramonova].
Private libraries -- Scotland -- Catalogs. : Catalogue of the valuable library of the late R.K. Greville, LL.D., of Edinburgh ... which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge ... at their house ... on Thursday, the 10th of January, 1867, & following day ...
Private libraries -- Scotland -- History. : Bibliotheca Lindesiana : the lives and collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres / Nicolas Barker.
Private libraries -- Switzerland -- Catalogs. : Bibliotheca Vadiani : Die Bibliothek des Humanisten Joachim von Watt nach dem Katalog des Josua Kessler von 1553 / Verena Schenker-Frei ; Unter Mitw. von Hans Fehrlin und Helen Thurnheer bearb.
Workman, Giles, 1604 or 1605-1665. -- Early works to 1800. : A modest plea for private mens preaching. Or An answer to a booke intituled, Private men no pulpit men; composed by Master Giles Workman. : Wherein the thing in controversie is briefly debated; the examination of private mens preaching examined; also certain accusations wip'd away and removed. / By John Knowles a preacher of the gospel, formerly in and neer Glocester, now belonging to the life-guard of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.